Posted October 26, 2011 on
FOX Sports/Scout.com Field Reporter Inna Lazarev caught up with Arizona State senior offensive lineman Dan Knapp after practice on Wednesday.
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The tough stretch of the schedule over, No. 23 Arizona State is in position to win the Pac-12 South.
Next comes what may be its toughest task: Colorado.
The Buffaloes are 30-point underdogs, have lost 21 straight road games and still haven't won in their new conference, but the Sun Devils aren't about to take anything for granted.
A team that has struggled to finish things...
The Sun Devils have had a week to lick their wounds following their tough road loss to Oregon. They have a very good opportunity to get back on the right track when hapless Colorado comes to town. The Buffs have played a very difficult schedule this year, but are still one of the worst statistical teams in the nation. They are winless in conference and only came close to winning...
Bye week has come and gone for the Sun Devils and for some it was more necessary than others. Although practices were still held, running back Cameron Marshall was able to stay off the field and instead used the week to give his body a chance to heal.
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos High School offensive lineman Dylan La Frenz called up the Arizona State coaches on Thursday morning and verbally committed to the school.
Ever since an unofficial visit in the spring, the Sun Devils have been squarely on the mind of Dylan La Frenz. On Thursday morning, the Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos High School offensive lineman decided to act on those sentiments and verbally commit to the school.
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. ) By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer Normally methodic Arizona State would like to speed up the tempo as it tries to climb out of the conference basement, a plan that would go a lot smoother if coach Herb Sendek knew whether he would have his standout freshman point guard Jahii Carson at the controls.
The Sun Devils are practicing without Carson as they await...
With four North Division foes finally in their rearview mirror, the Colorado Buffaloes now
lt;br />look South for their final five Pac-12 Conference opponents. First up is Arizona State on
It’s been four weeks since ASU last played at Sun Devil stadium, but the scenario it’s facing sure feels familiar. Much like its last home opponent, Oregon State, the Sun Devils will be facing a Colorado team that has yet to win a conference game and currently has a 1-7 record. What can we expect from the Buffaloes? Devils Digest's Joe Healey analyzes ASU's next opponent
The Husky volleyball team returns to Alaska Airlines Arena this week looking to get on a run with just ten matches remaining in the regular season. UW hosts ASU on Friday then welcomes Arizona for its only Sunday home match.